Most Christians enjoy the fellowship of other believers. But are we truly aware of what a friend we have in Jesus?
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Wondering where God is in the tragedy of losing a child or a loved one? He is closer than you think.
We all hit the wall sometimes. We are headed down the road at 60 miles per hour, and suddenly, someone puts a brick wall in the middle of our road.
Our ability to defeat the enemy in our personal lives is based on our reckoning ourselves dead to sin and alive to God because of Calvary.
This is not a time for passivity. God has called us to be awake and courageous.
With the rise of school shootings and bullying, more than ever we need to pray for our schools. Here's what we need to pray for specifically.
In the Scriptures, Abraham's territory was limited only by what he could envision. When it comes to your spiritual inheritance, how far can you see?
Take a moment and look deeply into His majesty. This will change your whole day.
It's 11:30 p.m. on a weeknight and your kids are still up. You have to be at work at 6 a.m. If you're a single parent of five kids, how do you get them to sleep?
Are you ready for Jesus' return? Here's how we can live like He's coming back any moment.
Tiffany Samuels, at 17 years old, was about to face an enemy. Here's what God showed her about tackling this giant.
God has a winning strategy for unseating your internal enemies.
Bernice King was 5 years old when her father, Martin Luther King Jr., was killed. She grew up angry and attempted suicide. Yet she found a way out of the hatred. Find out how.
American believers are blessed to worship Christ in freedom. But many of our sisters around the world suffer greatly for their faith.
We forget God's sovereignity and expect Him to answer prayer in a certain way. Here's why He may not be doing what you expect Him to do.
You can shut down a relationship with these three qualities. Joyce Meyer tells us how to be free to enjoy people.
Felicity Dale interviewed Dr. Paul Yonggi Cho, the founder and pastor of the largest Pentecostal church in the world. Here's what Dr. Cho said about women in ministry.
God is big enough to cover your mistakes, just as He did for Rahab the harlot.
When Sarah Bessey was doing research for her book, she discovered good and bad stories about women who loved God. What do you do with those stories of women used by God who died broken, alone and unmourned?
Do you think you have to be perfect to talk to the pastor's wife? Or have a revelation before you can talk to her?